Wikipedia:Verification needed

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To ensure that all Wikipedia content is verifiable with reference to reliable sources, anyone may question a poorly sourced claim by inserting a {{Verify credibility}} or {{Verify source}} tag. {{Verify credibility}} indicates that the source supports the claim, but may not be reliable enough to use in the article to source the claim. {{Verify source}} indicates that the source may not support the claim, or that the source is not specified clearly enough.

Example: 65% of people believe in ghosts.[unreliable source?][1]

(Footnote 1: Joe Bloggs' blog, 1 April 2020.)

Example: 65% of people believe in ghosts.[verification needed][1]

(Footnote 1: New York Times, January 2012.)

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